Brexit, a portmanteau of “British Exit,” refers to the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) following a referendum held in June 2016. This historic event marked a significant change in political, economic, and social relations between the UK and the EU. The process involved complex negotiations over trade, immigration, and legal regulations, impacting not only the UK and EU member states but also global markets and international relations.

A2 Level Questions:

  1. What is Brexit?
  2. Can you name a country that left the EU?
  3. What is the EU?
  4. Why do countries join groups like the EU?
  5. How do you think Brexit affects people in the UK?
  6. What is a referendum?
  7. Do you know any other countries in the EU?
  8. What are some reasons a country might want to leave the EU?
  9. How might Brexit change traveling between the UK and other European countries?
  10. Can you think of a positive effect of Brexit?
  11. What might be a negative effect of Brexit?
  12. How do you think Brexit affects jobs?
  13. Why is Brexit important for other countries outside Europe?
  14. What is trade? How might Brexit affect trade?
  15. Can you name any leaders involved in the Brexit process?
  16. What do you think is the biggest challenge of Brexit?
  17. How might Brexit affect students or people wanting to study abroad?
  18. What is immigration? How could Brexit change immigration?
  19. Do you think Brexit will change the UK’s culture?
  20. What is a law? How might UK laws change after Brexit?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. Discuss the implications of Brexit for UK citizens living in EU countries.
  2. How does Brexit affect the rights of EU citizens living in the UK?
  3. What was the role of the referendum in the Brexit process?
  4. Analyze the impact of Brexit on the UK economy.
  5. How might Brexit influence the movement of goods between the UK and EU?
  6. Discuss the significance of trade agreements in the post-Brexit era.
  7. How has Brexit affected political relationships within the UK?
  8. What are the challenges of creating new borders due to Brexit?
  9. How does Brexit impact international students in the UK?
  10. Discuss the role of negotiation in the Brexit process.

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Evaluate the long-term effects of Brexit on the European Union.
  2. Discuss the impact of Brexit on global markets and international relations.
  3. Analyze the legal challenges faced by the UK in disentangling from EU laws.
  4. How does Brexit reflect on sovereignty and national identity issues?
  5. Discuss the implications of Brexit for the Northern Ireland peace process.
  6. Evaluate the effectiveness of the UK government’s handling of the Brexit negotiations.
  7. How has Brexit influenced public opinion and political discourse in the UK?
  8. Discuss the role of immigration in the Brexit debate.
  9. Analyze the potential impact of Brexit on environmental policies and regulations.
  10. Evaluate the consequences of Brexit for the UK’s service sector, particularly financial services.

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Critically assess the negotiation strategies employed by the UK and EU during the Brexit talks.
  2. Discuss the implications of Brexit for the concept of regional integration.
  3. Analyze the potential for the UK to establish new trade relationships post-Brexit.
  4. Evaluate the impact of Brexit on the legal systems within the UK, including devolution.
  5. Discuss the long-term socio-economic implications of Brexit for the UK population.
  6. Analyze the role of media coverage in shaping public perceptions of Brexit.
  7. Discuss the challenges and opportunities Brexit presents for the UK’s technological sector.
  8. Evaluate the implications of Brexit for UK-EU security cooperation.
  9. Analyze the potential effects of Brexit on the rights of workers and labor standards.
  10. Discuss the impact of Brexit on the UK’s international standing and diplomatic relations.

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Critically analyze the philosophical underpinnings of Brexit and its implications for sovereignty.
  2. Evaluate the impact of Brexit on the future of European integration and the EU’s global role.
  3. Discuss the long-term strategic implications of Brexit for both the UK and the EU in terms of global geopolitics.
  4. Analyze the implications of Brexit for international law and treaty obligations.
  5. Evaluate the role of Brexit in reshaping the global economic order.
  6. Discuss the potential for post-Brexit UK to become a leader in global trade negotiations.
  7. Critically assess the impact of Brexit on immigration policy and multiculturalism in the UK.
  8. Analyze the effects of Brexit on regional disparities within the UK.
  9. Evaluate the impact of Brexit negotiations on the concept of democratic mandate and political accountability.
  10. Discuss the potential for Brexit to serve as a precedent for other EU member states considering exit.